Central Casting (Georgia, USA)

NOW CASTING Disabled Vets

Test Monday 4/4 and Wednesday 4/6

Work Thursday 4/7

Location: Atlanta (testing) + Norcross (Filming)

Rate: $200/10 + $43.75 each for 2 preemployment covid tests

Role: Disabled Vet

Tom Swift is looking for Disabled Vets must be 18 years or older. This will be a small Featured scene.

Tom Swift is requiring all cast & crew to be FULLY vaccinated against COVID-19 and to be considered for work you MUST FALL INTO EITHER OF THE TWO FOLLOWING CATEGORIES: (1) fully vaccinated with the COVID-19 vaccine (Pfizer, Moderna, or Johnson & Johnson) or (2) have a disability or sincerely held religious belief that prevents vaccination.

If you meet this criteria, only reply “Yes” below WITHOUT PROVIDING ANY ADDITIONAL INFORMATION AT THIS TIME. If you are selected, you must provide evidence to the production that you fall within the two categories mentioned above before your covid test. Any job offer will be conditioned on satisfactorily showing such evidence to the production AND testing negative for COVID. The production will collect your evidence prior to your covid test, not Central Casting; thus, do NOT send your evidence to Central Casting.
As a condition of working on set, you are required to get a paid Covid-19 test at a production sanctioned testing facility prior to any work date(s). Additional testing may also be done on workdays. The COVID test MUST be completed 48 hours prior to your first work date.
If you match this description and are FULLY available, please send an email with the following information:
1. Full Name
2. Phone Number
3. Are you fully available – for testing and filming on all dates listed above?
4. Current photos (full body and head shot)
5. Current wardrobe sizes (Height / Weight / Pants / Dress Shirt / Jacket / Shoes)
6. Are you registered with Central Casting? (not required)
7. Do you meet the vaccination requirements stated above?
8. Are you comfortable showing your disabled limb?
SEND IT TO: Swift@centralcasting.com
Subject Line “VET”